CIS Registered?
Our CIS Service is tailored to you!

The construction industry scheme (CIS) sets out rule for how payments are made to self-employed individuals working in the construction industry.

CIS covers construction work carried out in the UK and covers most construction work to buildings, including site preparation, decorating and refurbishment.

As a general rule, the scheme includes most types of work done to a permanent building, a temporary structure or to civil engineering work or installations. Our service only applies to genuine self-employed individuals working within the CIS.

If you are not yet
registered as self-employed, then you will need to register as soon as possible.


You can register online or you can call the self-employment helpline on:
0845 915 4515
To register you must have a national insurance number, the date your self-employment started, the nature of the business and a business address.

Key Benefits​
£15 per week administration fee.

You provide your services to your end client as a self-employed subcontractor.
We invoice your end-client on your behalf.

Once we receive funds from your client we will then deduct our fee and the mandatory CIS tax and pay the balance to you within our next pay run.

On a weekly basis you will receive a payslip from us to show what deductions have been made and the amount paid to you.

We work closely with a team of highly trained accountants and can recommend their services to you to assist you with your annual self-assessment tax return, to ensure that you have taken the full benefit of your self-employment status and the business expenses you have incurred..


Cost Effective Payroll For Employers.
Tile Data Limited, making your money work harder for you.

Tile Data Limited has made the impossible happen with an outsourced PAYE solution that is totally free to use while being totally compliant with rules set out by the HMRC. The model has been developed in light of the recent 2016 finance bill to assist organisations that have built their business models on the benefits attained by using outsourced payroll methods.

HMRC Approved
Syndicate Load Scheme (SLS)
Doubles Treaty Taxation Passport Scheme (DTTP)
International Investment & Grant Scheme
International Load Agreements

Professional Employment Organisations (PEO’s)

For The Client
No processing fee.


A simple payroll solution.
PAYE, RTI & Auto-enrolment management.
Save an average £5 per time sheet.
No tax or NMW exposure.

For The Worker
No processing fee.
No complicated expenses.
Standard PAYE payslip.
Online payslip, contact & documents.


What is an umbrella company?

An umbrella company is a popular choice in the United Kingdom as a medium of employing agency contractors working on temporary or fixed-term contract assignments.

Traditionally, Umbrella has been the most popular payroll model chosen by agencies and contractors alike.

However, since the change to legislation back in April 2016 this model may not be the most appropriate for everyone. This change in legislation means contractors can no longer claim tax relief on travel and sustenance expenses. Workers that can prove they are undertaking multisite engagements where they are incurring costs travelling between working locations would be better suited to our Flip Consultants Ltd model.

We assume all contractors on the Umbrella model are caught by the IR35 and are under supervision, direction or control.

The key benefits of the Hybrid Multisite model are:

Fast and easy registration
​Fully compliant with all government legislation
Free online portal to manage your account
Guaranteed Friday payments before 11am
Tax & National Insurance contributions paid at source
Full employment status
Statutory benefits including holiday, sick, maternity & paternity

The umbrella company (also known as PAYE umbrella) acts as an intermediary between the contractor and the recruitment agency (or the end client).

The payroll is handled by umbrella companies through PAYE - which deduct relevant taxes, national insurance contributions, and pensions before
paying the contractor. Umbrella companies have become more common in the UK, especially leading up to the government’s implementation of IR35 legislation.

It is extremely crucial to choose an umbrella company that is compliant with tax obligations. Non-compliance could land you in serious trouble with the HMRC in the UK.

According to research by the UK government,
the most common sectors working through umbrella companies are temporary employment agencies, consultancies, and business support services.